The Marina Torch, also known as Dubai Torch, Dubai Torch Tower or just The Torch. It is a supertall residential skyscraper at the Dubai Marina, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The tower was designed by National Engineering Bureau. The tower became the tallest residential building in the world in 2011, then lost the record in 2012 to 23 Marina and subsequent Princess Tower directly across the street. It is 336.1 m tall with 79 floors above ground. It was damaged by fire on February 21, 2015.
It was to have 504 apartments ranging from one to three bedrooms and four duplex apartment suites. The three basement floors and part of the podium were to hold car parking for 536 vehicles, while floors five and six were to contain a swimming pool, health club, gymnasium, cafeteria, aerobic rooms and sit-out cover seal terraces.